With the stage as their common ground, Muslim and Jewish Israelis put aside their differences to perform at home and abroad.
For the seventh straight year, a team of Israeli schoolchildren bests peers from several countries in games of strategy.
‘There’s nothing quite like Israel in the world and nothing quite like the women of Israel,’ says the founder of the Museum of Israeli Women.
Customers and workers in an Israeli college dorm’s coffee shop include 40 community members with psychiatric disabilities.
Encouraging ‘expansive thinking’ primes young minds to think creatively, says a Tel Aviv University psychologist.
Jewish, Muslim and Christian kids leave illness at the door when they come to Jordan River Village for a free week of medically supervised activities.